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Edge of your Seat Thrill Ride! Suspenceful, Exciting, Scary! If you only Buy one Book-Buy this Book! You'll Love it! So real, you feel the mist off the water, smell the stinking cigar and hear the ship's horn in the dark! Four friends on weekend fishing trip encounter a ghost ship sank in the 1800's and are forced to battle the devil's minions in a race to shore for their lives. "Very creepy. It is a page turner. Great details and very visual. After reading this, I know I will never go out on any lake after dark."--Comment on Amazon "Enthralling and filled with suspense. A truly chilling (fish) tale that will satisfy the ghost lover in all." Kaye Lynn Booth, Writing To Be Read
Fishing, A Very Peculiar History explores one of the most ancient and popular pastimes in the world in the unique Cherished Library style, packed full of fascinating facts, quirky trivia and mind-boggling statistics. Rob Beattie tackles everything from the history of fish and chips to fish that look like celebrities and from what the well-dressed angler is wearing this season to brave fishing adventures and different fishing techniques from around the world. Fact boxes, a full glossary and index make the book both fun and informative to use. The text is enlivened with black-and-white line drawings and full-colour endpapers. Whether you read a page, a chapter or a whole book, you won't be able to help but be intrigued, and amazed at how much information is packed into a Cherished Library title.
Fishing â€“ we do it in ponds, creeks, great rivers, the deep sea. Some fall under the spell of the chase, some spend a lifetime trying to tie the perfect fly, some just like sitting on the pier for hours. These are tales of the fishing adventures and misadventures of amateurs and pros, one-time anglers, families and friends, in the stunning landscape of Australia.
The First Edition of the Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education was the recipient of the 1997 Multicultural Book Award from the National Association of Multicultural Education (NAME). "This comprehensive and enlightening volume embraces the major research and scholarship in multicultural educationtracing historical themes that shape our contemporary views, crossing disciplinary boundaries, joining theory and practice, and provoking a new public discourse about navigating the twin goals of excellence and equity in education. The Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education will surely be a valuable resource for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers." Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, Emily Hargroves Fisher Professor of Education, Harvard University " I am large, I contain multitudes, boasted Walt Whitman in his celebration of the American voice and spirit, Song of Myself. His claim applies equally well to the second edition of the Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education, ably edited by James A. Banks and Cherry A. McGee Banks. Newly revised and expanded, this volume indeed contains a multitude of voices and perspectives, providing an invaluable resource for all those
When an LA private investigator heads to Colorado to see an old buddy and get in a little fishing, he finds that he can't really get away from it all. It's like he never left home. He walks in on a murder and his buddy, the editor and publisher of the local paper wants it solved. A small town reporter with aspirations of being an investigative journalist has been killed. The Sheriff is a good fisherman, and an elected official. There are few suspects, not much in the way of substantial motives, and hungry trout calling to him. This is a short murder mystery in the style of the old pulp magazines, with tough guy heroes, rude and crude police work and plenty of blind alleys.
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